Prescribed Burns Benefit Bees
Freshly burned longleaf pine forests have more than double the total number of bees and bee species than areas that have not burned in over 50 years, according to new research from North Carolina State University.
PhD Defense Seminar Announcement – Elsita Kiekebusch
Join us in Poe Hall on December 3rd to celebrate Elsita Kiekebusch's PhD research on butterfly populations.
Bombs For Butterflies – An Interview With Dr. Nick Haddad
I sat with Dr. Nick Haddad ahead of his evening with us on October 15th to chat about bombs, indictments, and burning wetlands… you know, butterfly basics.
Endangered Woodrats Recover After Exotic Predator Expulsion
Applied Ecology and NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit post-doc, Michael Cove, used camera traps to assess how woodrats would recover after feral cats and Burmese pythons were removed from Key Largo.